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Alaska 7-Day Notice to Pay or Quit Form | CIV-725

The Alaska seven (7) day notice to pay or quit is used to notify the tenant of un-paid rent and that they have seven (7) days to pay or leave the property. By law, the notice must contain the verbiage that the tenant has the choice of paying or moving. If the tenant tries to…

Alaska Promissory Note Templates

An Alaska promissory note is a legal document that outlines the terms of money that borrowed, by an individual or entity, for a term and interest rate agreed upon by the parties. In addition, the lender may charge fees for late payment and in the event of default by the borrower. Once the money has been transferred,…

Alaska Unsecured Promissory Note Template

The Alaska unsecured promissory note is an unbinding agreement between two parties on the basis of lending money. The agreement allows for the lending of a certain amount of money to a borrower with the expectation that the lender receives an increase in money by collecting the original loan amount with added interest. The major difference between…

Alaska Secured Promissory Note Template

The Alaska secured promissory note is a signed document between two parties that contains a written promise to pay back the other within a specified time frame. The ‘secured’ part of the promissory note relates to the fact that if the borrower does not pay back the loan by the due date, the lender is guaranteed to receive…

Alaska Small Estate Affidavit (Form P-110) | Affidavit for Collection of Personal Property of Decedent

An Alaska small estate affidavit allows the successors of a person who has passed away to collect property of the person who died without having to go through the added time of the probate process. This option is only available for estates with a value less than a maximum established by the state legislature, and…

Alaska Last Will and Testament Template

An Alaska last will and testament is a legal document created by the person to whom the will belongs, known as a “Testator,” to ensure their personal and real property will be distributed upon death following their desired wishes. A testator can name the intended beneficiaries on the will, such as family members, friends, or…

Alaska Deed Forms

The Alaska deeds are legal documents that allow the transfer of real estate, according to Title 34, Chapter 15 (Conveyances), from a seller (Grantor) to a buyer (Grantee). There are three (3) main deed types to handle a traditional sale or if just an interest in property is being transferred. The deeds should be completed…

Alaska General (Statutory) Warranty Deed Form

An Alaska general warranty deed is a way to sell a piece of real estate to another with a broad warranty of title. This means that the seller is guaranteeing that he or she holds legal title to the property and that there are no other encumbrances not otherwise specified and no other people who…

Alaska Quit Claim Deed Form

An Alaska quit claim deed is a document that includes the transfer of ownership in real estate, with no guarantees, from a grantor (seller) to a grantee (buyer). If the grantor has any ownership of the property, it will be transferred to the grantee. The grantee is accepting the risk that the property is owned…

Alaska Special Warranty Deed Form

The Alaska special warranty deed is used to convey a parcel of real estate in Alaska to a purchaser with a limited warranty other than specified in the document. The seller must state any restrictions on the warranty in the deed. It is important that the seller’s husband or wife, if married sign the deed…